News — rose
Leander Club is one of the oldest sporting clubs in the world and is responsible for many of Great Britain’s Olympic rowing athletes with an unmatched collection of winning medals through the years.
The club has recently started serving only English sparkling rose wine produced by Digby Fine English.
This pairing of an award winning institution and English sparkling wine came about after the founders of Digby, Jason Humphreys and Trevor Cluff, stepped up to the challenge set by Leander Club to produce a wine that was 'world beating and pink'.
The following interview is with Paul Budd OBE, FIH, General Manager of Leander Club and explains how the connection between Digby's English sparkling wine and The Leander Club came to reality.
Chapel Down’s new bar in King's Cross - London The English wine makers Chapel Down have opened a new bar and restaurant in London's King's Cross. To find out more about Chapel Down's new venture in the heart of one of London's busiest areas, we contacted Guy Tresnan their Retail and Hospitality Director. Where did the idea to open a bar in King's Cross come from? King's Cross and specifically the development at Coal Drops Yard brings something entirely different to London’s retail and dining scene. It has a really interesting mix of independent retailers along with better known international...
Quality and quantity: the launch of Oxney’s latest organic wine Oxney Organic Estate launched their new wines on Monday the 29th of April 2019 by hosting a private event at their vineyard in East Sussex. The occasion included a beautiful lunch of fresh, local produce paired with their English sparkling wines. The event started with a walk around the English vineyard, where we took in the wonderful views and neatly packed vines. This vineyard, like so many in the UK, is set in a glorious location in the South East of England, where you could be forgiven for thinking you...